This school young lady thought it is amusing to keep running up to a stallion and hit it as hard as possible. The stallion got the last snicker. That is the lesson a youthful understudy learned in Kingston, Ont., this week, in the wake of getting snared by an irritated steed for her wicked tricks. A concise video of the occurrence has turned into a web sensation on the web, in which a young lady wearing a Queen’s University sweater can be seen pulling the trick amid a homecoming occasion. In the video, the laughing understudy runs out from her gathering of companions and slaps the steed on the rump. However, the police steed rushed to dispense equity, kicking her to the ground with its back leg a brief moment after the slap.
The video closes with the young lady rejoining her companions, as yet chuckling and evidently unhurt. Kingston Police said the steed was really slapped three times amid Queen’s homecoming. Two men and a lady were accused of the association of the slaps, police said. Nobody was harmed.
In a progression of tweets, police said the female suspect was a Queen’s understudy, while one male was from Algonquin College and the other was an inhabitant of Cobourg, Ont. The stallion, Murney, is still in preparing and was “startled by slaps yet kept her limitation,” police said.